Far Beyond the Heliopause, a film directed by Roman Przylipiak and made for Dariusz Mazurowski piece is in the official selection of Kamera Akcja Film Festival in Łódź.

BYT_O_M, a film directed by Remigiusz Wojaczek and made for Dariusz Mazurowski piece VIVA L’Autunno won Grand Prix (in Dramatic category) of the Screen & Sound 2018 Festival. Find awarded movie here:

On Friday, October 26, Dariusz Mazurowski will perform live at Beijing Central Conservatory of Music (Recital Hall) during the Musicacoustica festival in Beijing (China). More info:

On Friday, October 12, Dariusz Mazurowski (electronics) and Paweł Zagańczyk (accordion) will play live improvised music for famous Nosferatu silent movie (directed by F. W. Murnau). Location: Spółdzielnia Muzyczna, Gromadzka 46, Krakow. The show will start at 19:30.

During the same festival, on Sunday, October 14, Dariusz Mazurowski will participate in the final concert at the Concert Hall of the Academy of Music in Krakow. He will perform also (with accordionist Maciej Zimka) his composition Soundscape with the Fall of Icarus for accordion, live electronics and tape (world premiere). More info here:


Dariusz Mazurowski will play a solo concert at the Institut Francais Izmir (Turkey) on Friday, October 5, at 20:30. More info soon.


So, we know all Grand Prix nominations for this years Screen & Sound Film Festival. There are 2 categories: Animation and Dramatic, 15 films total, 9 of them have been made for Dariusz Mazurowski music. Find all nominated works here:

The winner will be announced on Saturday, October 13, during the Final Gala in Kijow Centrum in Krakow. There is also the vote for the Audience Award. Details can be found on festival website and Facebook profile:

Brand new CD, Hidden Dimensions, now available in record stores. Find more here:

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Dariusz Mazurowski will perform two compositions during the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival 2018, in July 19 and 20, at the Abrons Arts Center, New York. Find more details here:

Participation in above mentioned event will be possible thanks to the Adam Mickiewicz Institute financial support from “Polish Culture Around the World” program.